Normally, I don’t teach during the Spring term (my teaching load is usually 2-0, so that I can do the kind of intensive, fieldwork-based research I do). But I was asked to teach Public Policy Analysis this semester (Spring 2016), a course I had already taught and that is very near and dear to my heart. So, I enthusiastically accepted the challenge. Here is this semester’s syllabus. I already know I will have to change it for the fall, but the goal remains.
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- Different reading strategies III: Deep engagement
- Should you bring your Everything Notebook to conferences with you?
- Move Every Paper Forward Every Day (MEPFED) vs Work on One Project Each Day (WOPED)
- Different reading strategies II: Engaging at the meso-level
- Finding the most relevant information in a paper when reading: A three-step method
- PJ on Move Every Paper Forward Every Day (MEPFED) vs Work on One Project Each Day (WOPED)
- A M Bartosik on Starting up and maintaining an Everything Notebook
- Alejandra Elizondo on Strategies to sustain your research during heavy-teaching semesters
- Julia Winstone on Writing effective memorandums
- Gabrielle Wanamaker on #GetYourManuscriptOut or “how to fight procrastination in academic writing through crowdsourcing”